Setting Issues - Listed Buildings, Scheduled Monuments, Conservation Areas & World Heritage Sites
If your development proposal has issues with the setting of nearby designated heritage assets, such as Listed Buildings, Scheduled Monuments or is within or close to a World Heritage Site or a Conservation Area, then Armour Heritage's consultants can help.
We can assess the significance of heritage assets and, where necessary, determine the potential effects development may have on them. Through our many years' experience in this field, we understand the fine balance between the requirements of the NPPF and the needs of the developer.
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Housing & Mixed-use Development
AH works with developers of all sizes, from the individual homeowner looking to extend or infill a single plot, to large scale greenfield or brownfield developments, including those which require EIA. From initial scoping of potential sites, through the assessment and evaluation process to submission of the planning application, and beyond to the resolving of any planning conditions, AH can be on hand to advise and ensure that heritage and archaeology do not become a stumbling block.
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As a rurally based company, AH has considerable experience of agricultural development within the wider rural landscape. This includes new build agricultural buildings, refurbishment of existing buildings for agricultural or residential use, and farm diversification schemes.
If you are planning development within an agricultural context, click here to find out how we can help.
Over the past few years, our successful work in the renewables sector has led to a significant increase in our portfolio of clients and an in depth understanding of the potential issues raised in the planning process. Our projects have covered single and multiple wind turbines, solar PV arrays and anaerobic digester schemes, from scoping to planning application submission, and where necessary on to appeal.
If you are planning a new green energy project, click here for further information.